Pub of the Week

Pub of the Week: The Gate Inn, Marshside

19 May 2015

The Gate Inn at Marshside, Chislet, could be described as one of Kent’s best kept secrets. This charming 220 year old building sits alongside a stream, serving excellent cask ales, and hearty home cooked food.

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Pub of the Week: The Rugby Tavern, Holborn

12 May 2015

The Rugby Tavern is a traditional English pub just a short walk from the British Museum, and the heart of the theatre district.

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Pub of the Week: The Old Neptune, Whitstable

28 April 2015

The Old Neptune is idyllically situated directly on the beach at Whitstable. This fantastic spot makes it perfect for relaxing with a pint of beer, or glass of wine, right by the sea.

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Pub of the Week: The New Flying Horse, Wye

21 April 2015

The New Flying Horse in Wye is a stunning village pub boasting some of the most beautiful guest rooms in the area. Set in the heart of Wye, between Ashford and Canterbury and with mainline train connections to London, it is the perfect destination for a weekend break in the countryside.

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Pub of the Week: The Peacock, Goudhurst

14 April 2015

The Peacock at Goudhurst is an atmospheric 14th Century pub serving great beer and delicious home-cooked food.  The peg-tiled, weather boarded building dates back to around 1380, stunning to look at from the outside, and inside retaining its historic charm with exposed brickwork, oak beams and inglenook fireplaces.Originally a public house serving the nearby Glassenbury Estate, it is named after t

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